Overpriced buffet, food was nowhere near fresh, and place wasn't the cleanest.
My wife and I went into this buffet at the end of lunch. When they started dinner they put "dinner only" tags on the food to let us know what we couldn't eat. Almost everything was now "dinner only", even the noodles. What was ok for lunch 10 minutes ago was now not allowed to be eaten unless you paid... More
Had a late lunch here (walked in at 2:45 PM). The place looked clean and neat, so we thought we would try it out. We thought it was new, but learned that this is the same establishment that was in Shoemakersville, now moved into the new Walmart Plaza next to Cabelas. Back to the food......on first glance, it looked OK.... More
This restaurant moved from a tiny location where the limited buffet was 6.95 to 9.95 on weekends. The food was hit or miss. Nothing like authentic city chinese food, but the same cut-and-paste entrees most buffets have . But here there'd be only one kind of rice, some entrees/sides would go empty for the duration, and any battered meat (almost... More
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